Cargo plane returns to Warsaw airport
PR dla Zagranicy
A Boeing 737-36EF operated by Bluebird Cargo was forced to return to Warsaw's Chopin airport following reports of a malfunction onboard the plane.
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The aircraft, which is owned by the Icelandic logistics company, made a loop over an area of central Poland before returning to Chopin airport in Warsaw (WAW). It was headed towards the German city of Erfurt (ERF).
The Bluebird plane took off from WAW at 22:04 on Thursday, but touched ground again just 21 minutes later.
Photo: Flightradar24.com, TVN24
“The plane's pilots reported a fault, and turned back. It was a cargo aircraft,” Przemysław Przybylski, spokesperson for the Warsaw Chopin Airport, told broadcaster TVN. (rg)